Steve Censky Nominated as Deputy Secretary

Steve Censky Nominated as Deputy Secretary

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ASA CEO, Steve Censky, has been nominated as Deputy Secretary of Agriculture. ASA CEO, Steve Censky, has been nominated as Deputy Secretary of Agriculture.

July 17, 2017

Steve Censky, CEO of the American Soybean Association, has been nominated by President Donald Trump as the Deputy Secretary of Agriculture.

The President of the ASA, Ron Moore, joined us to discuss the exciting news.

He believes that Censky will be an incredible advocate for American agriculture, and is confident that, in particular, Censky’s experience in international trade has equipped him with skills to be successful.

Watch the video above to hear more about what Moore has to say regarding the prospect of having someone with a background in the soy industry working in the USDA.

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